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Sen. Marco Rubio says Rep. Ilhan Omar ‘out of her mind’ for anti-Israel tweet

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Albert Einstein was against the Zionist terrorists like Menachem Begin, not against Jews living in Palestine.
He wanted to move to Palestine as well, but not when murdering terrorist were in charge.
In particular, Einstein wrote an apology for the Zionist massacre of Dier Yassin.
He wrote this letter right after the Zionist massacre of Dier Yassin.

{...
April 10, 1948

Mr. Shepard Rifkin
Exec. Director
American Friends of the Fighters
for the Freedom of Israel
149 Second Ave.
New York 3,N.Y.

Dear Sir:

When a real and final catastrophe should befall us in Palestine the first responsible for it would be the British and the second responsible for it the Terrorist organizations build up from our own ranks [Jewish].

I am not willing to see anybody associated with those misled and criminal people.

Sincerely yours,
Albert Einstein
...}

Please tell us why there was the blockade of Jerusalem. Have the Palestinians apologized for the many Massacres they are responsible for? Let’s start with Hebron
 

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You are the liar. Palestinians were attacking Jews years before 1948. Gave you the link RE; the King David Hotel. Have someone read it to you SLOWLY
Franco was a Friend of Hitler yet we are to believe he “ invited” post Holocaust Jews to live there? When will you stop lying ?
Well, ARABS were attacking Jews, anyway.


Localized Arabs did not start referring to themselves as some sort of distinct "Palestinian" identity until Arafat insisted they do so later on.
 

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You are the liar. Palestinians were attacking Jews years before 1948. Gave you the link RE; the King David Hotel. Have someone read it to you SLOWLY
Franco was a Friend of Hitler yet we are to believe he “ invited” post Holocaust Jews to live there? When will you stop lying ?

Wrong again.
Franco was pro Jewish.
{...
Franco not only stood up to Hitler and adamantly refused to hand over the approximately 40,000 European Jews who had sought refuge in Spain, he also provided protection for Jews in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe with Spanish passports.
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There is nothing for me to read about the King David Hotel bombing.
Menachem Begin tied up all the native kitchen workers and placed 12 milk canisters of explosives in the kitchen, murdering about 100 innocent people, including the leadership of the British peace keepers.

The claim a warning was phones in is a lie, because any search would instantly have revealed the tied up staff.
And clearly since the staff was tied up, the Zionists who placed the bombs intended them to die.
 

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Albert Einstein was against the Zionist terrorists like Menachem Begin, not against Jews living in Palestine.
He wanted to move to Palestine as well, but not when murdering terrorist were in charge.
In particular, Einstein wrote an apology for the Zionist massacre of Dier Yassin.
He wrote this letter right after the Zionist massacre of Dier Yassin.

{...
April 10, 1948

Mr. Shepard Rifkin
Exec. Director
American Friends of the Fighters
for the Freedom of Israel
149 Second Ave.
New York 3,N.Y.

Dear Sir:

When a real and final catastrophe should befall us in Palestine the first responsible for it would be the British and the second responsible for it the Terrorist organizations build up from our own ranks [Jewish].

I am not willing to see anybody associated with those misled and criminal people.

Sincerely yours,
Albert Einstein
...}

cool. Nobody likes terrorist…well other then dembolts
 

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Good point, but the statements are still fact and I have read the same thing at dozens of verified sites.
There is no question about it.
The 12 tribes of Jews left Jerusalem around 170 AD, and went to Saudi Arabia.
They were still there when Mohammad created Islam, and they were allies in Medina, against the attacking Meccans.
try again-----unlike you----jews actually have a written history. There were not 12 tribes who left Jerusalem and went to Saudi arabia circa 170 AD There were already Jews RESIDING in what is TODAY called Saudi Arabia for more than 1000 years by 170 AD. Jews in the era circa 170 AD migrated to places where there were already jews living---like Alexandria-----and to todays Iraq and various places in
north africa like Morocco. Later on jews migrated to the ROME conquered places like the RHINE valley
 

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Please tell us why there was the blockade of Jerusalem. Have the Palestinians apologized for the many Massacres they are responsible for? Let’s start with Hebron

Wrong.
The blockade of Jerusalem was during the 1948 war when the Jews in Jerusalem illegally tried to make Jerusalem part of Israel.
It was an act of war, and they were lucky they were not shot for their treason, instead of just being made to leave.

The "Hebron Massacre" was deliberately provoked and started by Zionists.

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The city of Hebron holds special significance in Judaism and Islam, it being the site of the Tomb of the Patriarchs. In 1929, the population of the city numbered around 20,000, the majority of whom were Muslim Arabs. A small community of around 700 Jews lived in and around Hebron.

A few dozen Jews lived deep within Hebron, in a kind of ghetto, where there were several synagogues[15] and the Hebron Yeshiva,[16][17] but the majority rented houses from Arab proprietors on the outskirts.[18][19] The Jewish community was divided between relatively recent European (Ashkenazi)[16] immigrants and an older population of descendants of Sephardic Jews who had inhabited the town for centuries. Ashkenazi Jews had been established in the town for at least a century.[20] The two communities, Sephardic and Ashkenazi, maintained separate schools, worshipped in separate synagogues, and did not intermarry. The Sephardics were Arabic speakers, wore Arab dress and were well integrated, whereas many of the Ashkenazi community were yeshiva students who maintained 'foreign' ways, and had difficulties and misunderstandings with the Arab population.[21] The tensions between the two Jewish communities, both very traditionalist, were not caused by diverging worldviews, but only by differences of culture and ritual practice. The progressive trends of the new Western arrivals in Palestine, represented by both foreign powers and modernising Jewish philantropists and organisations, were a different matter altogether.[22] Since the Balfour Declaration of 1917, tensions had been growing between the Arab and Jewish communities in Palestine.[23] The Muslim community of Hebron had a reputation for being highly conservative in religion. Though Jews had suffered numerous vexations in the past, and this hostility was to take an anti-Zionist turn after the Balfour Declaration,[24] a peaceful relationship existed between both communities.[25] During the riots of 1920 and 1921, Hebron's Jews had been spared the violence that broke out elsewhere.[26]

In mid-August 1929, hundreds of Jewish nationalists marched to the Western Wall in Jerusalem shouting slogans such as "The Wall is Ours" and raising the Jewish national flag.[20] Rumours spread that Jewish youths had also attacked Arabs and had cursed Muhammad.[27][28] Following an inflammatory sermon the next day, hundreds of Muslims converged on the Western Wall, burning prayer books and injuring the beadle. The rioting soon spread to the Jewish commercial area of town[29][30] and the next day, August 17, a young Jew was stabbed to death.[31] The authorities failed to quell the violence. On Friday, August 23, inflamed by rumors that Jews were planning to attack al-Aqsa Mosque, Arabs started to attack Jews in the Old City of Jerusalem. The first murders of the day took place when two or three Arabs passing by the Jewish Quarter of Mea Shearim were killed.[32] Rumours that Jews had massacred Arabs in Jerusalem then reached Hebron by that evening.[18] Hillel Cohen frames his recent narrative of the incident in terms of the murder of the Jaffa Awan family by a Jewish police constable called Simcha Hinkis.[33]
...}

With 700 Jews and 20,000 Moslems, clearly the Jews were being defended by Moslems.
The conflict was obviously deliberately started by Zionists.
The first deaths were Moslem.
 
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Well, ARABS were attacking Jews, anyway.


Localized Arabs did not start referring to themselves as some sort of distinct "Palestinian" identity until Arafat insisted they do so later on.

Wrong.
The Zionist are on record starting all the violence, always.
Arabs never attacked any Jews first.

Palestine was the main reason the Arabs joined the Allies in WWI.
They did not think in terms of Palestine much before that because they were not independent.
But the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, etc. always referred to Palestine in their documents referring to the region.
No one in any History refers to Israel as anything but a city state that existed for only a few hundred years.
 

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You are an idiot. Baby killing bastards shouldnt be glorified.
The Israelis go further out of their way to avoid civilian casualties than any other military on Earth. On the other hand the Palestinians go out of their way to cause civilian casualties both at home and in Israel. So if any group are “baby killing bastards” it’s the Palastinians.
 

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I see that 3 Israelis have been killed and 60 Palestinians. Its always the same. Israel is a rogue state.
The only reason fewer Israelis are killed is that Israel works to protect its civilians by building bomb shelters and developing and installing anti-rocket defense systems, and the Palestine Authority doesn’t. The Palestinian “leaders” loot their own people to build up fat numbered accounts for their retirements.
 

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try again-----unlike you----jews actually have a written history. There were not 12 tribes who left Jerusalem and went to Saudi arabia circa 170 AD There were already Jews RESIDING in what is TODAY called Saudi Arabia for more than 1000 years by 170 AD. Jews in the era circa 170 AD migrated to places where there were already jews living---like Alexandria-----and to todays Iraq and various places in
north africa like Morocco. Later on jews migrated to the ROME conquered places like the RHINE valley

Well since there only ARE 12 Jewish tribes traditionally, then I would say they were ALL in Saudi Arabia around 650 AD.
Sure there likely were SOME Jews already living there, or else the Jerusalem refugees would not have known about it and gone there.
But that is where most of the Jews who left Jerusalem went.
Since not many stayed in Saudi Arabia, most of them eventually went to Iran.
 

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The Israelis go further out of their way to avoid civilian casualties than any other military on Earth. On the other hand the Palestinians go out of their way to cause civilian casualties both at home and in Israel. So if any group are “baby killing bastards” it’s the Palastinians.

Total lie.
For example, Israelis killed 35 US sailors on board the USS Liberty, and the excuse the Israelis gave is that they thought they were attacking the noncombatant ship, the El Quisar, a horse tender that would be illegal to attack.

There is no country in the world as barbaric and violent as Israel, who adopted the tactic of deliberately "breaking bones" of any Arab children suspected in taking part in any protests.

And lets not forget about the deliberate artillery attack on the Arab children on the beach, or the white phosphorous attacks on civilians.

The Israelis even deliberately targeted the hotel the western journalist were in at Beirut.
 

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The only reason fewer Israelis are killed is that Israel works to protect its civilians by building bomb shelters and developing and installing anti-rocket defense systems, and the Palestine Authority doesn’t. The Palestinian “leaders” loot their own people to build up fat numbered accounts for their retirements.

Palestinians can't build bomb shelters.
The are 12 million Palestinians forced to live in the most crowded conditions of the entire world.
About a fifth the size of their original country.
While 6 million illegal Jewish immigrants have spread over almost all the land the Palestinians used to live on.
 

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The only Jews who have a right to live in Jerusalem are descendants of those who owned property in the Old Jewish Quarter.
The other Jews in Jerusalem are knowingly in possession of stolen property, and should be prosecuted.
The only Jews who have a right to live in Jerusalem are descendants of those who owned property in the Old Jewish Quarter.
The other Jews in Jerusalem are knowingly in possession of stolen property, and should be prosecuted.
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Who was it stolen from?
 

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The Israeli courts are typically pretty friendly to one side. Israeli courts shouldn’t have jurisdiction over occupied territories, such as east Jerusalem, because it’s not Israel.

The crux of the conflict is definitely land. It always has been. Israel has a funny way of showing they want to coexist.
East Jerusalem IS Israel. The only reason it hasn’t been under Israeli control since 1948 is that the Arab invading armies pushed the Israelis out of that part of the city and occupied it at the time of the UN mandated cease fire that froze the lines. If the Arabs had their way, there wouldn’t be a Jew anywhere in Jerusalem, just like there are no Jews In Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Libya or Iraq. All theJews in the Arab countries were expelled and their goods and property seized. The Israelis have given the Muslims in Israel a much better deal than the Muslims gave the Jews in their countries.
 

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The Israeli courts are typically pretty friendly to one side. Israeli courts shouldn’t have jurisdiction over occupied territories, such as east Jerusalem, because it’s not Israel.

The crux of the conflict is definitely land. It always has been. Israel has a funny way of showing they want to coexist.
Just like Jordan shows how much it loves Pakistani by having over million of them locked in a camp since 1992.
 

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The only Jews who have a right to live in Jerusalem are descendants of those who owned property in the Old Jewish Quarter.
The other Jews in Jerusalem are knowingly in possession of stolen property, and should be prosecuted.
And the US should give Texas back to Mexico.
 

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I just showed you evidence that you are wrong the percentages do change quite a bit over the centuries but they always maintained a large presence in palistine. In the 1920s they were roughly a fifth of the population. More than the alphabet people in the US today.

Wrong.
Almost always less than a 20th of the population, until the 1930 immigration.
{...
The columns represent: Year, Jews, Christians, Moslems, total
End 12th c.MinorityMinorityMajority>225
14th c.MinorityMinorityMajority150
1533–153956145157
1690–1691211219232
1800722246275
18904357432532
19149470525689
19228471589752
1931175897601,033
19476301431,1811,970

...}
Numbers represent thousands.
 

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Liar.
If Jordan had annexed any of Palestine, than those Palestinians would become Jordanian citizens.
Never happened.
Jordan never allowed any Palestinians into Jordan.
Wrong.
In 1992 Jordan allowed in over 1 million of them and they have been in refugee camps since then.
 

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Wrong.
Please learn some history.
Mohammad was allied with the 12 Jewish tribes that were living in Saudi Arabia because the Romans had kicked them out of Palestine.

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THE SUPPORT OF THE Jews in the Middle East was vital for the propagation and spread of the word of Muhammad. Although the material for the early Islamic history is complicated, an unmistakable and striking theme can be consistently teased from the literature of this period — whether Arabic, Armenian, Syriac, Greek or Hebrew — as well as from the archaeological evidence: Muhammad and his followers went to great lengths to assuage the fears of Jews and Christians as Muslim control expanded.

When Muhammad was cornered in Yathrib in southern Arabia in the 620s, soliciting the help of the Jews had been one of his key strategies. This was a town — and a region — that was steeped in Judaism and Jewish history. Barely a century earlier, one fanatical Jewish ruler of Himyar had overseen the systematic persecution of the Christian minority, which crystallised a broad pattern of alliances that still held firm: Persia had come in to support the Himyarites against the alliance of Rome and Ethiopia. Muhammad was eager to conciliate with the Jews of southern Arabia — starting with the elders of Yathrib.

Leading Jews in the town, later renamed Medina, pledged their support to Muhammad in return for guarantees of mutual defence. These were laid out in a formal document that stated that their own faith and their possessions would be respected now and in the future by Muslims. It also set out a mutual understanding between Judaism and Islam: followers of both religions pledged to defend each other in the event that either was attacked by any third party; no harm would come to Jews, and no help would be given to their enemies. Muslims and Jews would cooperate with one another, extending ‘sincere advice and counsel’. It helped then that Muhammad’s revelations seemed not only conciliatory but familiar: there was much in common with the Old Testament, for example, not least the veneration for the prophets and for Abraham in particular, and there was obvious common ground for those who repudiated Jesus’ status as the Messiah. It was not just that Islam was not a threat to Judaism; there were elements that seemed to go hand in glove with it.

Word soon began to spread among Jewish communities that Muhammad and his followers were allies. An extraordinary text written in North Africa in the late 630s records how news of the Arab advances was being welcomed by Jews in Palestine because it meant a loosening of the European grip on power in the region. There was heated speculation that what was going on might be a fulfillment of ancient prophecies: ‘they were saying that the prophet had appeared, coming with the Saracens, and that he was proclaiming the advent of the anointed one, the Christ that was to come’. This, some Jews concluded, was the coming of the Messiah. Not all were persuaded, however. As one learned rabbi put it, Muhammad was a false prophet, ‘for the prophets do not come armed with a sword’.

The fact that there are other texts that say that the Arabs were welcomed by Jews as liberators from Roman rule provides important corroborating evidence about positive local reactions to the rising profile of Islam. One text about this period written a century later reports how an angel came to Rabbi Shim’on b. Yohai after he became disturbed by the suffering inflicted in the wake of Heraclius’ recovery of Jerusalem and the forced baptism and persecution of the Jews that followed. ‘How do we know [the Muslims] are our salvation,’ he purportedly asked. ‘Do not be afraid,’ the angel reassured him, for God is ‘bringing about the kingdom of [the Arabs] only for the purpose of delivering you from that wicked [Rome]. In accordance with His will, He shall raise up over them a prophet. And he will conquer the land for them, and they shall come and restore it with grandeur.’ Muhammad was seen as the means of fulfilling Jewish messianic hopes. These were lands that belonged to the descendants of Abraham — which meant solidarity between Arab and Jew.
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WTH is The National Vanguard?
 

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OMAR: Jewish people occupied all of the land on that peninsula 300 years before Muslim was a name. Muslims tried to steal that land, and more, when Islam came to be 600 years after Christ.

It is NOT a peninsula, and the area is normally known as The Land Of Canaan, it is not known as Israel, Judea, or Samaria.
The natives are Canaanite, Philistine, Chaldean, Amorite, Phoenician, Urite, Nabatian, etc., but not Jews.
Jews did not invade until around 900 BC, an were kicked out by 650 BC, by the Babylonians.
Jews were never a majority or the legal owners.
 
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